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List of Student Organizations
UMB offers a diverse selection of school-specific and Universitywide student organizations. Take a look and see if one of them is right for you!
If your organization needs to be updated or added to our list of student organizations, please email Courtney J. Jones Carney with the changes.
University Student Government Association (USGA)
USGA is the campus-wide student government association that represents all UMB students on campus. It consists of Student Senators who are elected each year to represent all seven schools.
Chinese Student and Scholar Association (CSSA)
CSSA is an organization that represents the voices of the Chinese community within the University. Additionally, the CSSA's goal is to build a strong sense of community in a home-away-from-home for Chinese students on campus.
Global Medical Brigades (GMB)
GMB is a student-run, interdisciplinary organization in which students provide medical aid to areas in Honduras, Panama, Ghana, or Nicaragua that have little access to healthcare. Students from all schools are welcome to volunteer and participate.
The Indian Association is an organization that focuses on Indian identifying students, providing a space on campus that builds community.
International Student Organization (ISO)
The ISO welcomes international and non-international students to learn and participate in activities that promote the celebration of diversity and cultures from around the world.
Jewish Student Association (JSA)
The JSA is an organization that offers the Jewish student community a place to meet and provide support with other students of Judaic heritage.
Muslim Student and Scholars Association (MSSA)
The MSSA is a student group that focuses on providing support, educational opportunities, and overall community for Muslim identifying students on campus.
Project Jump Start (PJS)
PJS assists homeless individuals in meeting their basic needs through weekly food, clothing and toiletry drives. Additionally, PJS provides homeless individuals in Baltimore with the information and support they need to access available resources in the community.
United Students of African Descent (USAD)
USAD interacts with the UMB and Baltimore communities to achieve its mission of providing educational, cultural, and social programs for members and participants.
The Graduate School is home of the Graduate School Association which represents all graduate students at the University of Maryland, Baltimore and supports student groups who enrich the lives of all graduate students at UMB both publicly and financially. Click here for more information on student groups housed in the Graduate School.